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The time for remaking federalism could not be more

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Unformatted text preview: ople across the world to transcend the bonds of caste, place, gender, and other accidents of birth. People today work fewer hours and have more money and better health to enjoy their leisure time than their ancestors. Man’s environmental record is more complex. The early stages of development can indeed cause some environmental deterioration as societies pursue first-order problems affecting human well-being. These include hunger, malnutrition, illiteracy, and lack of education, basic public health services, safe water, sanitation, mobility, and ready sources of energy. Because greater wealth alleviates these problems while providing basic creature comforts, individuals and societies initially focus on economic development, often neglecting other aspects of environmental quality. In time, however, they recognize that environmental deterioration reduces their quality of life. Accordingly, they put more of their recently acquired wealth and human capital into developing and implementing cleaner technologies. 15 | P a g e States Counterplan States CP BDL States Counterplan – Table of Contents States Counterplan 1NC ....................................................................................................................... 2 States Net Benefit – Spending .............................................................................................................. 3 States Net-Benefit – Federalism ........................................................................................................... 4 Answers to Theory/Competition Arguments Answers to: Perm – Do Both .............................................................................................................. 5-7 Answers to: Counterplan Not Educational/Not Real World ................................................................... 8 Solvency Solvency – States Solves Transportation Policy ................................................................................... 9 Solvency – Federal Government Fails ................................................................................................ 10 Solvency – Should Devolve Transportation Funding to the States ..................................................... 11 Answers to: Uniformity Best ................................................................................................................ 12 Answers to: States Won’t Spend on Infrastructure .............................................................................. 13 Answers to: Federal Implementation Key to Solve .............................................................................. 14 Answers to: Federal Funding Solves Best .......................................................................................... 15 Answers to: Devolution Bad ................................................................................................................ 16 Answers to: Race to the Bottom..........................................................................................
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